What do a famous graffiti artist, kimonos, yoga, skincare consultations, and $1 clothes have in common? They're all happening in Houston this weekend.

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Kimono Zulu Trunk Show

When: Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21 (10 a.m.–4 p.m.), and Sunday, April 22 (12:15–5 p.m.)
Where: MFA Shop at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; 1001 Bissonnet St.
What: A three-day trunk show from Kimono Zulu will highlight the artist collaboration series of reimagined Japanese garments, including the unveiling of a one-of-a-kind kimono embellished by GONZO247, the famous graffiti artist behind some of Houston's most recognizable murals (and a Snapchat geofilter). Shop Zulu's ecclectic collection and more artist collabs, like kimonos reimagined by Indian-born artist Janavi M. Folmsbee embellished with Rajasthani traditional materials that complement the MFA's current exhibitionPeacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India.

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Self-Care Saturday

When: Saturday, April 21; 9 a.m.–noon
Where: Malia Mills Pop-up Shop, 4444 Westheimer Rd.
What: The NYC-based swimwear designer known for her inclusive, body-positive collections hosts a rejuvenating event in collaboration with Equinox at the MM pop-up shop in River Oaks District. A yoga class goes from 9–10 a.m., followed by mini massages, skincare consultations by Sunday Riley, makeup touch-ups from NARS, juice and smoothies by Earthcraft Juicery, and–of course–plenty of shopping. 

Buffalo Exchange Earth Day Sale

When: Saturday, April 21
Where: Buffalo Exchange, 2901 S. Shepherd Dr.
What: The resale chain hosts its annual Earth Day Sale at all locations nationwide, where bargain hunters rejoice at a special selection of $1 clothing–that's right, you can nab your Saturday night outfit for just one Washington. The sale is cash-only, and all proceeds benefit 5 Gyres, an organization that researches ocean plastic pollution and engaged communities in responsible disposal. BYOB–that's bring your own bag–and may we suggest canvas? 

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